The 2020 Toyota Yaris hatchback has finally been revealed via official pictures. The vehicle’s new-generation model is based on a derivative of the company’s TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform, called GA-B. Read – Toyota Vellfire MPV Bookings Open
The new platform not only increases overall length (by 5mm) and wheelbase (by 50mm) of the hatchback, but ensures its agility and manoeuverability as well.
For the first time, the Toyota Yaris will be made available with a hybrid powertrain that will comprise of a 1.5L engine, a small lithium-ion battery pack and a small electric motor. Check Out – 2020 Toyota C-HR Pictures & Details
Power and mileage figures are yet to be revealed. This partially electrified engine is claimed to deliver world’s highest fuel economy for a hybrid vehicle and improved performance.
The hatchback will also come with a new 1.5L, 3-cylinder and a 1.0L, 3-cylinder petrol engines in select global markets. Transmission on offer will be a CVT (continuously variable transmission) automatic unit. Read – Toyota Rise Subcompact SUV To Debut In November, 2019
The company claims that the 2020 Toyota Yaris hatchback has been “designed to be the world’s safest compact car”.
It comes with several class-leading safety features including the advanced driver assistance systems (lane trace assist system and full speed-range intelligent adaptive cruise control). Read – Big Diwali Discounts On Toyota Cars
The 2020 Toyota Yaris hatchback has a table-style infotainment system as we have seen in the Corolla sedan.
The new-generation model gets a digital speed display, which was dropped with the current generation in 2011. The top-spec trim will come with the high-intensity LED headlamps and a 10-inch heads-up display (HUD) unit.